These two are a little too good together. I say that because they’re practically the same film. They’re close to the same length. Their palettes are similar. Both were released by New World Pictures. Warlords was filmed in New Zealand. Def-Con was filmed in Nova Scotia. ‘Nuff said. They both have a similar “rules have… Read more »
Surprised I’ve not posted about this yet. Two of my favourited films from the ’80s, Romancing the Stone (’84) and Big Trouble in Little China (’86) are great fun to watch at the same time. There’s quite a bit of synergy in them even though they’re not quite the same length. The weirdest bit of… Read more »
My latest foray: There are a number of cool things about watching this pair of flicks at the same time: 1. They’re the negative — role-wise — of each other: Cutthroat Island has a power woman and bookish man, The Mummy has a power man and bookish woman; 2. They’re the same length; 3. The… Read more »
This anime from Short Peace: Could be a chapter from this comic: They’re both very good and have a similar vibe. Highly recommended.
I think not.
Yul Brynner will blow your head off! The Magnificent Seven (Netflix): start at 1:11:47 remaining. Westworld (iTunes): start at 1:13:23 remaining. They open at the first appearance of the Anti-Chris and both go dark at the same time. They have some cool synergies. I’ve watched them a few times; it only gets better…. Read more »
I want a fig with one of these: If Cameron Hodge can have one I want one too. But how to put one on a fig? I’ve got a couple of these to try it out: I’m thinking split the force field off Dr. Banner there, glue it around a different — though equally wooden-posed… Read more »
Matango is one of my favourite flicks. Love, love, love it! And Gilligan’s Island was good too. But let’s make one thing perfectly clear. It’s Matango’s Island! Good. Now that’s out of the way, I’ll tell you about a dream I’ve had. Two yachts wreck on opposite sides of a deserted island. Eventually the groups… Read more »
Preferred powered protection of the ’80s (which century’s ’80s is up to you). This, this and this led to this: MaKs_and_mates_in_MDRGv04
The best four space-poc years of the 1980s: Pre: The Day After (1983) Threads (1984) Post: Warlords of the 21st Century (1982) Def-Con 4 (1985) All four are highly recommended if you want to inject some dismal into your games.